We can use the following equation to solve for ΔG˚rxn of the first 2 reacitons:
We’re given the ΔH˚rxn and ΔS˚rxn of the reaction 1 (A+B → 2D) :
ΔH˚rxn = -707.5 kJ
ΔS˚rxn = 338.0 J/K
Given the following information:
A+B ---> 2D Delta H= -707.5 kJ, Delta S= 338.0 J/K
C ---> D Delta H= 504.0 kJ, Delta S= -244.0 J/K
Calculate Delta G for the following reaction at 298K.
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